World News: Last 24 Hours

today15/11/2023 43

share close


Donald Tusk has a chance to become the new Prime Minister of Poland, which would mean that the country would be governed in a state of cohabitation. This is a situation where the government comes from a different political party than the incumbent president.

On Saturday, as part of the “Independent to the Anthem” campaign, Poles sang the Polish anthem. The Dąbrowski’s Mazurka was sung, among others, on Krakowskie Przedmieście in Warsaw.

On Friday (17.11), the REHA FOR THE BLIND IN POLAND conference will take place. This is the 21st edition of the World Meeting of the Blind, Visually Impaired and their Relatives.

United Kingdom

London has been recognized as the area with the highest number of people per square kilometer. The data comes from the National Census.

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak delivered a speech at the annual convention in which he stated that we live in dangerous times.

In the UK, a ban has been introduced on the recreational use of nitrous oxide, known as laughing gas.


In Israel, a conflict is ongoing that has also affected a hospital in Gaza. Israel has agreed to help evacuate infants from Al-Shifa Hospital after two people died due to a lack of electricity.

Elections were held in three states in Nigeria, which were marked by low turnout, violence, and manipulation.

In Iceland, a state of emergency has been declared due to volcanic threat. Thousands of people have been asked to evacuate from a city in the southwest for fear that magma has spread underground.

Written by: Patryk Zbik

Rate it

Post comments (0)

Leave a reply



Dual Wave is an extraordinary radio that perfectly balances between two exceptional music cultures – British and Polish. Our mission is to create a musical bridge that connects these two national realms of sound, providing our listeners with exceptional musical experiences from various genres ranging from pop and rock to electronic music.